• Bow Hunting

Bow Hunting

Temporary or permanent blinds are set up at waterholes throughout the concession. These blinds offer a rustic yet authentic way to spend the day in wait for your quarry of choice, because of our large free range conservancy, you never know what might come by at any moment or on any given day, Kudu, Nyala, Warthog, Waterbuck, Bushbuck and Baboons are some of the species which frequent the waterholes during the daylight hours. Practice shooting your bow up to 45 yard….most opportunities will be in the 30 to 40 yard range.

Bush Pig are also baited from blinds, they are nocturnal species so an illuminating knock and lots of practice shooting your bow in the dark are essential to take advantage of an opportunity. Porcupine are also a nocturnal species that may come into a baited blind.

Spot and Stalk

A method which requires a lot of stealth, patience and skill.
Slowly stalking around the bush with the wind in your favor and eventually getting to within 40 yards of your quarry….then letting your arrow fly true, this must be one of the pinnacles of any hunting discipline. And a never give up attitude should be the first arrow in your quiver!!
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